Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a bill that would add a licensing requirement for the state's cyberschools but also would make the state pay for the schools, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Sept. 28.

The House Education Committee voted 18-1 in favor of House Bill 1733, which would require online charter schools to get a license from the state before they could enroll any students from outside the school district that granted their charter.


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